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. the part d row graham i will have its 10th anniversary on sunday. that is the most successful entitlement and we should try to model every reform as closely to that as possible. >> that was constructed more like insurance and less like entitlement if i recall those discussions. i know it has been a long morning. i will yield back. >> thank you. recognizing the ranking member. >> thank you. , i am goingd to say to ask my question that i wanted to say with regard to mr. eakin's testimony, i disagree. 's and medicare, seniors have a choice. they are not looking for a year likee with a -- for a year with an m.a. plan. they are not locked in, they can choose who they want with aco's. you about how medicare damage could be improved. all this here agreed that the medicare damage program is a crucial alternative to traditional medicare especially for individuals with complex health care needs. in your opinion based on your organization's work in assisting medicare beneficiaries what recommendations do you have for how the medicare advantage program could be improved for beneficiaries? >> the prom
, often new york, where she studied with martha graham and work for a modeling agency. then back to grand rapids again. in this you would find a whole host of things that you would find in just about any organizer , brochures on dance costumes. one of her sketches of a costume for one of the dance routines .hat she wanted to put on here are choreography notes that she made for different dancer teens. routines. there is a whole wealth of material in here that talks about her love of dance and how deeply she was involved in it, especially in her early years. >> watch our program on first lady betty ford on our website, or see it saturday at 7:00 p.m. eastern. our series continues live monday as we look at first lady rosalyn carter. >> friday on c-span, "washington journal looks at the mission and role of the national institutes of health starting live at 7:30 a.m. eastern. 8:00, allergy and infectious ateases direct or, followed 8:30 a.m. by aaron green, director of the national genome human research institute. at 9:00, national cancer institute director harold varmus, and at 930 a.m., a lo
unserious. >> you don't see any other republican in the senate, you don't see john mccain or lindsey graham talking about impeachment do you? >> you hear coburn and imhoff. >> they're playing to the patch back home. >> they can rile up the base. they know the end result they want, which is impeachment, but they have a dozen different reasons, is it "fast & furious," benghazi. >> irs. >> there was a word named decency. the impeachment cry is about attacking the president's right to be president. earlier, they threatened to impeach if the president raised the debt limit. this president is looking to find a way to get it done without us. my position is that that's an impeachable act from my perspective. then the far right threatened impeachment if the president did not act to raise the debt. here's a u.s. congressman down in october. >> would you allow us to default on our debt? >> no, that would be an impeachable offense by the president. >> that would be an impeachment if he didn't act. either way, so either way, raise the debt limit or not, these guys can teach it round or teach it flat. >>
in to laughter. she said this on "the graham norton show." british tv show host there. >> i didn't even know they had such a procedure. >> no, thank you.. as this dye reveals. lysol toilet bowl cleaner does more. it removes the tough stains that bleach doesn't, and it also disinfects. so why just bleach? with lysol you can do more. that's healthing. and for a clean and fresh toilet with every flush, try lysol no mess automatic cleaner. >>> a group of women found >>> a group of women found themselves free falling this weekend with high over the arizona desert. >> they drove out of the plane to the record books kicking off the holiday in free-flying style. linzie janis has their story. >> reporter: these 63 women are about to set a world sky diving record. this is not your traditional jump, flying on your belly. these women, ranging from 20 to 53 years old, are doing a super fast, super dangerous sport known as free flying. the largest all-female formation ever. >> it is vertical. so we're on our heads while we're in free fall. >> reporter: yes, they are upside down, hurdling head first toward
where she studied with martha graham and work for the powers modeling agency, and back to grand rapids again. in it, you would find a whole host of things you would find in any organizer. dance costumes. one of her sketches of a costume for a dance routine she wanted to put on. here are choreography notes that she made for different dance routines. there is a wealth of material here that talks about her love for dance and how deeply she was involved in it, especially in her early years. >> watch a program on first lady betty ford. it saturday on c-span at 7:00 p.m. eastern. live monday, we look at first lady roselyn carter. >> for the next " washington journal," we will focus on the "farmville". -- the farm bill. we will take your questions about the affordable care act and ongoing budget negotiations and will continue the discussion orkbudget talks with a new y democrat, jefferies, and a member of the budget committee. " washington journal" is live on c-span every day at 7 a.m. eastern. >> friday at c-span, washington journal looks at the role of the national institutes of health. ern
. breeze finds marcus for the touchdown. breeze to jimmy graham. breeze passes 50,000 career passing yards putting him fifth on the all time passing list. saints cruise 31-13 lead and looking in good shape. super dome was dry, climate controlled elsewhere, a winter wonderland. storm coming down on these five cities. snowball, vikings/ravens in baltimore. not much scoring until the very end of this one. toby finds a big hole. vikings up 4 at that point. gentlem jacoby jones up. matt castle dumps it. patterson gets a few good blocks goes 79 yards for the touchdown. end of the game. that's your winner? no, sir. one more time as they go back and forth joe flacco takes his team 80 yard. great catch. getting two down. marlin brown. ravens win a wild one in baltimore. heaviest snow of the day was in philly. lions and eagles. ground crew had a tough time keeping up. tied game in the fourth quarter. eagles win 34-20, 8-5. the pole now won five consecutive games. pittsburgh steelers dolphins. the miami players didn't seem to mind the weather. fourth quarter check out the tight end charles clay. come
graham along with carolina from the washington post. and we didn't know at the time, although if you actually read between the lines, particularly in the part we excerpt it at the end of the essay, he just sold the journalism business, the "washington post" to just be those for $250 million. i think it was two years ago he paid 315 million. that was the reported price for the "huffington post." it just goes to kind of show the relative values out there. it do you think each of us got a better deal then you? [laughter] >> you know, first of all what about the "huffington post," many people questioned what the value was overwrought and how much you paid for it. today could talk to investors, they think a "huffington post" is a tremendous amount more than what we paid for it. the reason is because arianna recognize some names very distinctly about how information gets transferred in how people want information. "huffington post" has been the number one distributed new source of facebook. from a valuation standpoint when you look the fact "huffington post" has gone from zero to that 100
to vermont, back to grand rapids, off to new york where she studied with martha graham and worked for the powers modeling agency, and then back to grand rapids again. so in it you will find a whole host of things that would you find in just about any organizer. there are brochures on dance costumes, one of her sketches of a costume for one of the dance routines that she wanted to put on. here are, again, choreography notes that she made for different dance routines. so there's a whole wealth of material in here that talks about her love for dance and how deeply she was involved in it. especially in her early years. >> watch our program on first lady betty ford at our website, c-span.org/firstladies or see it saturday on c-span at 7:00 p.m. eastern and our series continues live monday as we look at first lady rosaline carter. two months after the rollout of the health care law and website, president obama said today that the overhaul is working and, quote, we're not repealing it as long as i'm president. the president's remarks are next on c-span. denis mcdonough will talk about th
organize her during this. . she carried this with her. she studied with martha graham in new york and worked for a modeling agency. then she went back to grand rapids again. find a whole host of things that you would find in any organizer. there are brochures on dance costumes, one of her sketches for a costume at a dance routine that she wanted to put on. madeography notes that she four different dance routines. there is a whole wealth of material in here that talks about her love for dance and how deeply she was involved in it. especially in her early years. watch a program on first lady betty ford on our website c- irstladies or see it saturday. on monday, we look at first lady roselyn, carter -- roselyn carter. >> randi weingarten criticize -- input from -- implication implementation of the common core educational standards. she said wall street interests are responsible. she spoke to reporters at a breakfast hosted by the christian science monitor. >> our guest is randi weingarten, president of the american federation of teachers. this is her first visit with the group. an ea
Search Results 0 to 9 of about 10 (some duplicates have been removed)